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overnight captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, july 14th, 2014. this is the "cbs morning news." after weeks of speculation donald trump is set to reveal his running mate. when he's announcing and who he spent last night with. ♪ amazing grace a final farewell in dallas. family members of the fallen officers remember the heroes and their final moments together. >> one thing i would always say to my dad as he walked out the door was good-bye, daddy, i love
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you, be safe. president obama brings activists and law enforcement officers together at the white house. a new "cbs/new york times" poll shows race relaces are worse now than after they were inspired by the rodney king verdict. >> it has to stop. and nba stars take a stand at the espys with a call to action. >> it's time to look in the mirror and ask ourselves what are we doing to create change? good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm meg oliver in for anne-marie green. the latest polls show trump has closed gap with hillary clinton and today in clinton the rnc rules committee hold as meeting committing the dump trump
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rebellion. >> good morning, meg. donald trump spoke to governor chris christie by phone wednesday. he's among the top contenders being vetted as a top vp pick. donald trump says he's whittled down his vice-presidential picks to two ahead of his announcement. appearing on fox news, he hinted at who his vp might be. >> i want to pick somebody who's solid, who's smart. i'm not looking for an attack dog. >> former house speaker newt gingrich hinted it might be between him and governor mike pence. the presumptive gop nominee huddled with gingrich as well as alabama senator jeff sessions in a meeting wednesday. the meeting came after trump and his three eldest children met with pence at his private mansion. >> i think he's giving it careful consideration and we're humbled to be a part of that. >> a new poll finds trump gang
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grounded on clinton in swing states illinois and pennsylvania. yesterday the presumptive democratic candidate continued to paint herself as a unifier, delivering an address from the same location where abraham lincoln made his famous "house divided" speech. >> donald trump is so dangerous. his campaign is as divisive as any as we have seen in our lifetimes. >> clinton has been eyeing virginia senator. she'll campaign in his home state today. hillary clinton will also meet with a group in washington, a group likely to be filled with potential our former chief washington correspondent
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bob schieffer about trump's potential running mate. it was one week ago today that five dallas officers were killed by a gunman who said he was exacting revenge. funeral serv dallas
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police department. >> he was a big boy in a man's body. >> fellow americans were surprised by the dallas shooting
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according to the "cbs/new york times" poll. negative race relations are at an all-time high. 69% of americans now view race relations as bad. substantially more whites think their local police are doing a good job than blacks. last night's espy awards honoring this year's athletes ended on a somber note. four athletes opened the show with a call to fellow athletes to address gun violence, racial profiling, and racism. >> we all feel helpless and frustrated by the violence, we do, but that's not acceptable. it's time to fluke the mirror and ask ourselves what are we doing create change. >> the four basketball stars took turns talking about what anthony recalled the reality of the current state of america. wade said the conversation won't be comfortable but it is
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necessary. >> the racial profiling has to stop. the shoot-to-kill mentality has to stop. not seeing the value of black and brown bodies has to stop. but also the retaliation has to stop. the endless gun violence -- >> james ended with we all have to do better. today philando castile killed last week will be buried. at the white house president obama held a meeting to discuss. black lives matter activist deray mckesson called it a unique and candid conversation. >> we've been in a lot of meetings about police violence and a lot of meetings about what solutions look like. this is the first meeting that brought ak dem yas, attorneys,
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activists at one table with the president leading and the president really pushed it. >> mckesson was arrested last wednesday while protesting the killing of alton sterling. the agreement limits the iranian nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of economic made the world safer, lived up to its expectations. >> kerry travels to russia today to discuss the war against isis with russian president vladimir
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putin. this is theresa may's first day as prime minister. she was asked to finish out her cabinet. may's toughest job will be managing britain's exit from the eu, something she campaigned against. >> we're entering an important moment in our country's history. following the referendum we face a time of great national change. >> may says she wants to lead a government that works for all the people, not just the privileged few. coming up on the "morning news," another shooting livestreamed. a shooting in virginia is broadcast on facebook. and celebrities are in a powerful video reasons why black americans have been killed in recent years. this is the "cbs morning news." why blacks have been killed in recent years. this is the "cbs morning news." first word! r sfx: baby speak not even close.
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>> riding in your girlfriend's car with a child in the back. >> celebrities joined together in a video reacting to fatal shootings by police. it's titled "23 ways you could be killed if you are black in america." singer alicia keys organized the group of mostly black celebrities which includes rihanna, chris rock, and tra. b. henson. meanwhile there was another shooting and deflategate may go to the supreme court. those are the headlines this morning. there's a report of another shooting on facebook. >> stay with me. keep your eyes open. keep listening to my voice. >> three men in their late 20s were severely wounded when sitting in their car. it was streamed from a phone as it happened tuesday in northwest virginia. the victims are hospitalized, one in critical condition. there has been no arrest. the aftermath of the shooting of a minnesota man was livestreamed
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last week. "the arizona republic" reports that a seventh victim was lived to a serial killing. the latest victim was a woman whose body was found in april. all of the shootings happened in or near phoenix. police released a sketch of the suspect based on a description from a witness. the "orlando sentinel" has stated that disney world has warned firefighters to stop feeding ail investigators. a child was killed last month. the firefighters were told not to feed the alligators two months before. feeding alligators is illegal because the animals lose their fear of humans. >> "sports illustrated" reports that tom brady's deflategate is finally over unless the supreme court will hear his case. they ruled against him yesterday in his fight against the nfl. the patriots quarterback will likely have to sit out new england's first four games and punishment in the football
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. scientists in argentina discovered a dinosaur species that reminds them of the fearsome t-rex. the polar bear-sized animal had sharp teeth and claws, but the arms, not so much. the scientists think the short arm trait evolved independently in several species. on the "cbs moneywatch" china is accused in a financial cyber attack and barbie is in the white house. good morning, hena. >> good morning, meg. the federal reserve says the economy continued to modestly expand. in its latest beige book report the fed found a modest increase.
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the dow jones rose 24 points, the s&p 500 gained less than a point. the chinese government is believed to have hacked into the computers of the federal deposit insurance corporation. a congressional report says the breach apparently took place in 2010, 2011, and 2013. the breach included the work station of then fdic chair sheila bair. the fdic insures bank deposits and keeps confidential information. on about 9,000 banks and savings & loans. electric carmaker tesla unveils a cheaper version of its model "x" suv. of course, cheaper is a relative term. prices for the new model "x" start at $74,000, but with a federal tax rebate, that comes down to $66,500. it has an estimated driving range on a full charge of 200 miles. and a surprise for 2016 presidential barbie.
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her running mate is a woman. mattel has had a barbie candidate since 1992. but it's the find time she's running on an all-female ticket. mattel says it inspires girls to step into leadership roles. the doll comes in a variety of skin tones, shapes, and hair colors. meg. >> could there be a little foreshadowing there? we'll see. hena daniels at the new york stock exchange. thank you. still ahead, driving danger, we'll show you how road rage has become more commonplace and who's more likely to take out their anger on other drivers. their anger on other drivers. g ? not with safelite. this family needed their windshield replaced, but they're daughters heart was set on going to the zoo. so we said if you need safelite to come to the zoo we'll come to the zoo! only safelite can fix your windshield anywhere in the us. with our exclusive mobileglassshops. and our one of a kind trueseal technology, for a reliable bond. service that fits your schedule. that's another safelite advantage. ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace. ♪
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good morning. it's thursday, july 1,, good morning. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. aaa says anger management is in order for some american drivers. it found that road rage is getting worse nationwide.
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some regions are worse than others. here's jamie yuccas. >> reporter: after an argument, a driver in florida ran over joe caldeira o'on his motorcycle, breaking his leg. >> i think people have to understand the depth of their actions. >> reporter: in colorado police say a motorcyclist shot at a couple's car after being cut off. many drivers say they see road rage whenever they get behind the wheel. >> i think it creates a hectic situation for other drivers. >> reporter: in a recent survey by aaa say it has seen an increase of road rage in recent years. 51% say they purposely tailgated. 47% yelled at another driver, and 45% say they honked at someone. aaa estimates nearly 6 million drivers have either bumped or rammed another car on purpose, and 7 million have gotten out of
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their car to confront a driver. >> i think we're definitely surprised at how often it's occurring. and to tell you the truth, we look at these numbers, and people fail to report. >> reporter: male drivers and drivers between 19 and 39 were significantly more likely to engage in aggressive behaviors but even mom bridget celmik admits to losing her temper. she lives in new york. the survey found drivers in the northeast a angrier than other parts of the country. jammy you cass, cbs news, new york. >> don't force another driver to change speed or direction and don't respond with eye contact or gestures. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," documentary filmmaker ken burns. i'm meg oliver. this is the "cbs morning news." filmmaker ken burns. i'm meg oliver. this is the "cbs morning news."
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here's another look at this morning's top stories. donald trump says he'll announce his running mate tomorrow. he met with indiana governor mike pence and former speaker of the house newt gingrich yesterday. tl latest poll showed trump is running neck and neck with hillary clinton. and president obama met at the white house with community activists, law enforcement officials, and politicians to discuss issues between the police and communities they serve. the president said america is not even close to where it needs to be to resolve those issues and to make progress. a teenager in atlanta is getting national attention for addressing race relations. a poem he wrote has become an internet sensation. mark strassmann spoke with him.
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>> my name is royce, and my poem is titled "white boy prifb ledge." >> reporter: "white boy privilege" was an entry in a school poetry contest. >> to be honest, i'm scared what it would be like if i wasn't on the top rung. >> reporter: royce's message was a plea from a 14-year-old white male going to a private school in atlanta. let everyone share his privileges. >> i love it because when i see a police officer, i see someone who's on my side. >> i'm just trying to be truthful about like how i wouldn't trade places with somebody and that i think a lot of people sometimes aren't so truthful about that. >> reporter: racial division seared america last week. after minnesota, baton rouge, and dallas, mann's poem struck a nerve online. many loved it. others attacked him. more than 8 million people have seen it. >> everyone should have the
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privileges i have. everyone's story should be written so all they have to do is get it read. i get that change can be scary, but equality shouldn't be. >> i'm not asking anybody to give up their lives for equality. i have other dreams too. i'm asking you to do your share. when you see something that's wrong, that you think is discrimination, speak up. >> it's time to let go of that fear. it's time to take that ladder and turn it into a bridge. >> reporter: he also won that poetry contest. mark strassmann, cbs news, atlanta. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a prominent dallas pastor t.d. jakes joins us in the studio to talk about healing the community after last week's deadly shootings. plus, the latest on the clash between donald trump and supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg. and we'll show you the
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latest on airport security that will allow you to skip the long line for a price. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm meg oliver. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- captions by vitac --
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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. it is time to wake up, everybody! the bay bridge live in spectacular hd in color. good morning, it is thursday, july 14. i'm kenny choi.
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>> i'm michelle griego. the lights are back on. the last couple of days one side was off. now they're back off. roberta turned it on. >> depends which side i sleep on. oh, lights are on! [ laughter ] >> good morning, rise and shine! it's going to be hot inland. coastal areas will still be on the relatively school summertime side -- cool summertime side. 50s at the beaches, 60s in oakland through alameda into period monday, 63 mountain view and san jose, 60s in piedmont. 100 today inland. 80s peninsula. 60s at the beaches. 70s at the bay. san rafael 84. i'll show you where to expect triple digits. here's gianna. >> good morning. we are going to the bay bridge now. caltrans working hard on ir


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